The Extraordinary Almost-Olympian Charlotte Drury and the Trials of Type 1 Diabetes

It was 2020 – right around the dawn of the pandemic in the United States – when Charlotte Drury’s athletic abilities mysteriously began to decline. “I wasn’t building any muscle, I wasn’t getting any better. And I was training more and more because I could feel myself regressing. My skills just got worse and worse.” […]

My Running Journey with Type 1 Diabetes

By Mariel Sotelo I am 43 years old, was diagnosed just before I turned 20 years old. The doctor misdiagnosed me with type 2. After the diagnosis of my middle daughter, I understood why I was misdiagnosed. She was diagnosed as a MODY 3 and she is now being treated with oral medication. I started […]

Mark Andrews: A Tight End with Type 1 Diabetes

This content originally appeared on Beyond Type 1. Republished with permission. By Katie Doyle The Baltimore Ravens didn’t choose just any offensive lineup during the 2018 NFL draft – a key part of their strategy is Mark Andrews, a tight end from the University of Oklahoma who has been managing his type 1 diabetes since […]